14 Nov 2010
Unknown Pleasures: Celebrate Joy Division 
Peter Hook's The Light end the year with select tour of Italy before going coast to coast across the USA performing Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures. Whilst further international dates are planned for 2011, these are likely to be the only extensive visits to these countries.

Italy - November

Thu 25 - Magazzini, Milan
Fri 26 - New Age, Treviso
Sat 27 - Romaeuropa, Brancaleone, Rome

USA - December

Wed 1 - 9.30 Club, Washington
Thu 2 - Voyeur, Philadelphia
Fri 3 - Webster Hall, New York
Sat 4 - Royale, Boston
Sun 5 - Double Door, Chicago
Tue 7 - Showbox at the Market, Seattle
Thu 9 - Doug Fir Lounge, Portland
Fri 10 - Mezzanine, San Francisco
Sat 11 - The Music Box, Hollywood, Los Angeles

More details at Peter Hook's MySpace.

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